We'll help you find the right solution for your needs
Does this sound like your topic?
I had a difficult time getting any information from my HOA regarding how/where to make my HOA payments but was finally able to figure it out four months after moving into my condo. My HOA management company agreed to let me pay my regular dues plus an additional amount of $150 per month which I started doing at the end of August 2013. I made my last payment of the extra $150 at the end of last month and am now caught up. The HOA contacted an attorney AFTER agreeing to let me make the extra payments and now I am expected to sign a payment arrangement (remember I am caught up now) and sign a confession of judgment. What is a confession of judgment? The word lien has also been used. I am caught up on my HOA dues. Can they foreclose on me? Can I lose my home?I do not owe my HOA any additional dues. All I need to pay now are my regular dues which I am doing, but now I owe a few thousand dollars to my HOA's attorneys? Can anyone, the HOA or the attorneys, take my home from me? I am so happy to finally own my own home. I tried so hard to work with the HOA to be able to find out who and how to pay my dues. It does not seem fair that they can tell me one thing then without notice contact an attorney. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. I should specify that it is my HOA's attorneys who are telling me to sign the confession of judgment and payment plan.